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08 April 2014
New Maintenance Requirements for all Points Based System visa categories from 1 July 2014 - Are you ready? As reported earlier, the Home Office has, on 6 April 2014, introduced a range of changes... Read more »
01 April 2014
The committee of MPs that scrutinises the work of the Home Office - called the Home Affairs Committee (HAC) of the House of Commons - has made a surprising and unwarranted recommendation in respect... Read more »
03 March 2014
Chairman of the Home Office's Migration Advisory Committee says the government has been "giving away" visas to some of the world's wealthiest people. More than 850 Russian oligarchs and Chinese millionaires... Read more »
24 February 2014
For weeks now, Ukraine has been in the grip of increasingly violent protests bringing together tens of thousands of people throughout the country in vast opposition against President Viktor Yanukovych... Read more »
21 February 2014
R (on the application of EM (Eritrea) and Others) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] UKSC 12 In an important decision, the Supreme Court in R (on the application of EM (Eritrea)... Read more »
17 February 2014
From Monday 17 February 2014 the majority of UK visitor applications made in Moscow will now be assessed in the UK by Visas & Immigration in Sheffield. Applications for UK visit visas in the... Read more »
11 February 2014
Immigration Minister Mark Harper resigned on 08 February 2014 as a result of having employed an illegal migrant as his cleaner. David Cameron accepted Mr Harper's letter of resignation on Friday... Read more »
10 February 2014
An investigation by the BBC has exposed systematic fraud in the UK student visa system. The episode of Panorama, to be shown this evening, reveals a network of corrupt agents involved in obtaining student... Read more »
19 December 2013
If you're looking for work and have registered as a jobseeker at Jobcentre Plus, you have a right to reside in the UK. However, you will still have to take the Habitual Residence Test (HRT) and prove... Read more »
13 December 2013
In October 2013, a study conducted by City and Guilds revealed that nearly 60 percent of employers think there is a skills shortage in the UK, with a third looking to recruit talent from overseas... Read more »
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